Generally speaking I stare dumbfounded at sinks that don't automatically dispense water when you wave your hand under the faucet...Denizen said:For me..after hanging out at airports with auto flush urinals..then comming home,getting up in the middle of the night to take a leak, walking in to a wall (haha) finding the head and taking said leak, I found myself staring at the bowl...wondering why the dang thing wasn't flushing. Then it dawns on me..that A. I am home and B. I am a dummy.
Heh, that's my favorite one. When I was flying aerial photography we would be gone for weeks and weeks at a time in the summer and some mornings I woke up in a complete haze of disorientation for a minute or two - where am I? What town am I in? Who am I flying with? Where did I fly yesterday? Where am I supposed to go today? ...etc. etc.JediNein said:You're not traveling very much until you wake up one morning and don't know where you are.
JediNein said:Not until you are at the airplane reading the sign on the terminal building do you realize your location.
The only worse case is not until you initialize the avionics do you read your location off of the GPS.
I think on the Seminole they are referred to as "Throttles"...Biatch5 said:you are driving and the light ahead turns yellow and you reach up to pull the power levers back to slow down.
Done that once!!!!!!!!!!! Way Toooooo much flying those 4 days